Activities

PAST
UPCOMING
NOV
2019

Kick-off meeting in Serbia

Serbia | Dimitrije Todorović – Kaplar
4th-7th November 2019
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Activity Description

First of all, each coordinator will attend to the respective meeting that their National Agencies will organize in each country to inform about the KA229 projects. We will organize a meeting in the Serbian school to meet each other and to start working on the project together. The Spanish coordinator will lead the meeting by providing all the necessary information required to start working. A general planning about dates and visits, monitoring and evaluation grids, possible setbacks such as change of school coordinator or the withdrawal of a member. Moreover, we will talk about the sharing of tasks mentioned above and the dissemination plan. In this first meeting, we will vote for the project logo and the Spanish school will also provide a dossier with the activities proposed to work during the first Module. Each school will prepare a dossier when host a mobility and share with the rest of the group to facilitate the work.

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Invitation letter

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Kick-off meeting agenda

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JAN
2020

Immigration

United Kingdom | Marlborough Primary School
19th-24th January 2020
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Leading Organisation:
Marlborough Primary School

Country of Venue:
United Kingdom

Participating Organisations:
CEIP CIUTAT DE CREMONA
ISTITUTO COMPRENSIVO DI ZOGNO
Osnovna skola Tomasa Goricanca Mala Subotica
Dimitrije Todorovic Kaplar
Zespol Szkolno Przedszkolny w Modlnicy

Activity Description

Marlborough Primary School will receive the visit of the rest of the schools in March. Here the students who come to London will use ICT tools to do a presentation about the activities they have done related to the Module 4 (immigration).
Moreover, the students will talk about the situation with immigrant classmates in each school: the countries they come from, the causes of the migration, how were their first days at school, what they have learnt about them, etc.
The reason for organizing this activity based in London has been because it is the school that has a larger number of immigrant students and that is why we think it will be the school that can provide more experiences for others.
Due to it is the last activity with students and the last before our closing meeting trip, the English school will provide a dossier with suggestions for a long lasting dissemination plan. They will draw up a list of the most relevant activities of the project to collect them in a book. If all of us agree, they will upload them to our website and social networks. Then, the Polish school will elaborate a book with these activities and will give a copy to each member of the group during the last meeting in Poland.
This type of experiences should be included in those subjects that present activities such as reading texts, writing, social sciences or talks among students to deal with the issue of the integration of immigrants in our school, town and society in general.

Does this activity combine physical mobility with virtual exchanges through eTwinning?
Yes

How this will be achieved and what the expected benefits are?
We will continue uploading our audiovisual material to the Twinspace platform so that the rest of our partners can see what is being done in each school. We hope that at this stage of the project, some students have established a degree of friendship and can communicate frequently even outside the school setting.
It would be very interesting to make videoconferences prior to the visit to establish interactive  contact between the students who are participating in the activities of the project in a more active way to achieve more meaningful learning and who may have the sensation of participating in a real joint project.

How is participation in this activity going to benefit the involved participants?
In all classes of our schools there are immigrant children and we must make them feel like an entire part of our society, members of every school, town or country with full rights.
The problem in the classrooms is increased as the age of the children increases. For this reason, we must work at all levels to achieve better results.
Moreover, the students who visit London will have the chance to reach the benefits mentioned above for those who travel abroad. Also, the visit to England will provide them the opportunity to visit an English speaking country and live the experience of meeting native people and the language and culture that they have been studying at school in the English Language subject.

Groups of Participants:

Sending Organisation/Country No. of Participants No. of Accompanying Persons Total
CEIP CIUTAT DE CREMONA / Spain 2 2 4
Dimitrije Todorovic Kaplar / Serbia 3 2 5
ISTITUTO COMPRENSIVO DI ZOGNO / Italy 3 2 5
Osnovna skola Tomasa Goricanca Mala Subotica / Croatia 3 2 5
Zespol Szkolno Przedszkolny w
Modlnicy / Poland
3 2 5
Total No. of Participants and Accompanying Persons: 24

Immigration

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Invitation Letter

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Timetable for Visit to Marlborough

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MAR
2020

Coeducation: Gender Equality

Croatia | O.Š. Tomasa Goričanca mala Subotica
30th March – 3rd April 2020

Leading Organisation:
Osnovna škola Tomasa Goričanca Mala Subotica

Country of Venue:
Croatia

Participating Organisations:
CEIP CIUTAT DE CREMONA
ISTITUTO COMPRENSIVO DI ZOGNO
Dimitrije Todorovic Kaplar
Marlborough Primary School
Zespol Szkolno Przedszkolny w Modlnicy

Activity Description

During the first kick off meeting in Serbia, some activities related to Module 1 (coeducation) were suggested by the different countries, such as role plays, group games, tales, etc. From October to February, these activities related to coeducation and gender equality will be carried out in each country. The students of each country will explain to others their experiences and works and what they have learnt about gender equality and coeducation.
All of our schools are mixed, but that does not mean they are fair to the gender. At the moment, the difference between men and women is still being taught at a young age.
Our goal is to work on activities to match girls and boys both inside and outside the classroom. Palliate the lack of equality that exists in our current society and that serves to embed these behaviours in our students from now on and that last forever. Also, the time in the playground is a moment in which you can observe those differences between the two gender. First, we intend to make an observation about the customs in children’s leisure time to make an analysis of the deficiencies we have during the time they spend in the playground. Then, we will take measures to redistribute the playful elements of our playgrounds so that all students can enjoy free time on equal terms.
To ensure that our work is more effective, we also intend to propose some activity to do at home, with family’s help, since the family is the place where behavior habits and language models are most deeply acquired. To develop this topic, we will propose situations in everyday conversations to teach them which are the correct models of oral expressions that have sexist connotations.
Through the work we are going to carry out with these proposals of Module 1, we hope to achieve an education in equal conditions that is real, effective, conscious and that will be durable over time.
Moreover, the Croatian school, as the school organizing event, will prepare a dossier with a list of activities anti-bullying) to work along the next months before the next mobility in Spain.

Does this activity combine physical mobility with virtual exchanges through eTwinning?
Yes

How this will be achieved and what the expected benefits are?
We will create a Twinspace where our students will see what their group mates are doing. First of all, we will have to show and teach our students how we will register them on the website, login, manage the different tools, etc. We will upload pictures and videos about our works and will organize video conference meeting so the children will meet each other. For this first video conference we will organize a new year greeting. This tool will encourage our students to participate in the activities and increase their motivation towards the English language.

How is participation in this activity going to benefit the involved participants?
The students who have the opportunity to participate in this activity will benefit from both acquiring the objectives of the activity and the experience of traveling to a foreign country and living with another family for a few days. And maybe make friends forever. They will be able to know first hand other schoolmates who also work on the same project, know another country, another culture and a different language. Without a doubt, it will be an experience that they will never forget. With this mobility they will be able to practice and improve the English language since it will be our main vehicular language, although not the only one. In addition to personally mature and acquire a broad vision on the concept of European citizenship.

Groups of Participants:

Sending Organisation/Country No. of Participants No. of Accompanying Persons Total
CEIP CIUTAT DE CREMONA / Spain 4 2 6
Dimitrije Todorovic Kaplar / Serbia 3 2 5
ISTITUTO COMPRENSIVO DI ZOGNO / Italy 3 2 5
Marlborough Primary School / United Kingdom 3 2 5
Zespol Szkolno Przedszkolny w
Modlnicy / Poland
3 2 5
Total No. of Participants and Accompanying Persons: 26
NOV
2020

Integration

Italy | ISTITUTO COMPRENSIVO DI ZOGNO
16th-20th November 2020

Leading Organisation:
ISTITUTO COMPRENSIVO DI ZOGNO

Country of Venue:
Italy

Participating Organisations:
CEIP CIUTAT DE CREMONA
Osnovna skola Tomasa Goricanca Mala Subotica
Dimitrije Todorovic Kaplar
Marlborough Primary School
Zespol Szkolno Przedszkolny w Modlnicy

Activity Description

The Italian school will host the C3 activity in November 2020. As it is usual, our students will use ICT tools to elaborate a presentation about the activities that they have done along the last months (Module 3, Integration). They will explain how they have carried out them, the objectives of each activity and what they have learnt.
They have done the activities along the last months at each school with the teachers involved in the project. These teachers have designed their curriculum taking into consideration that they have to include some lessons about Module 3.
In this case, the Italian school as a host school, will provide a dossier about the activities they suggest to do along the next months to work with Module 4 (Immigration).

Does this activity combine physical mobility with virtual exchanges through eTwinning?

Yes

How this will be achieved and what the expected benefits are?

We will use our Twinspace to show to the rest the activities that each school is carrying out by uploading visual materials. Moreover, we will show our students how to use the chat section. We will organize a chat session with their mates to present themselves and to talk about what they are doing at their schools related with the project and the Module 3. We will encourage them as well to keep in touch during the Summertime, especially those who are going to travel to Italy.

How is participation in this activity going to benefit the involved participants?

All students participating in these activities will reach a high level of awareness of integrating all people in society. That is, be aware of the importance of making those people visible and putting them at the level of the rest. Understand the individual problem they can present and work together to prevent the displacement of those children.
In addition, students who have the opportunity to participate in mobility, will benefit from sharing their experiences with the rest of their classmates. All this, together with the benefits that we have mentioned above at a general and common level for all mobilities.

Groups of Participants:

Sending Organisation/Country No. of Participants No. of Accompanying Persons Total
CEIP CIUTAT DE CREMONA / Spain 2 2 4
Dimitrije Todorovic Kaplar / Serbia 3 2 5
Marlborough Primary School / United Kingdom 3 2 5
Osnovna skola Tomasa Goricanca Mala Subotica / Croatia 3 2 5
Zespol Szkolno Przedszkolny w
Modlnicy / Poland
3 2 5
Total No. of Participants and Accompanying Persons: 24
MAR
2021

Children vs Bullying

Spain | CEIP CIUTAT DE CREMONA
8th-12th March 2021

Leading Organisation:
CEIP CIUTAT DE CREMONA

Country of Venue:
Spain

Participating Organisations:
ISTITUTO COMPRENSIVO DI ZOGNO
Osnovna skola Tomasa Goricanca Mala Subotica
Dimitrije Todorovic Kaplar
Marlborough Primary School
Zespol Szkolno Przedszkolny w Modlnicy

Activity Description

This is our second Module of work. The Spanish school will organize this visit in the month of May 2020. All schools will show to the rest the activities that they have done from February to May about Module 2 (anti-bullying). We will make a presentation through ICT tools (ppt, prezi, etc.) to explain the topics we have worked with, our objectives and our results. The children who travel to Spain will tell to the rest how these activities have taught them to be part of an egalitarian school.
Moreover, this activity C2 will deal about avoiding bullying. The Spanish school, as organizer, will prepare a dossier with a list of activities for the rest to work during the next months. Mainly group activities or games where children are sharing opinions and experiences about their feelings when they witness and adverse situation: how to act, what to do, etc. Also, the host school will prepare these activities to do with their students to show to the rest who to carry out them at their countries.
We, the teachers, have to think about the integration of this activities into our year planning as long as possible integrated into the general curriculum as a transversal topics inside the regular subjects due to it is flexible topic and concern to everyone.

Does this activity combine physical mobility with virtual exchanges through eTwinning?

Yes

How this will be achieved and what the expected benefits are?

We will upload all our visual materials to Twinspace to share and to show to the others what we are doing at our schools. Also, we will plan a video conference like in the previous Module to see each other. In that case, our students will be more excited about contact with their mates because some of them have met personally during the previous mobilities.

How is participation in this activity going to benefit the involved participants?

On this occasion, students who have participated in the activities of Module 2 (anti-bullying), have acquired the objectives of respect and empathy towards the rest of classmates. It is intended to reduce to the maximum the case of students who feel badly attending classes, who come with fear of school, who are afraid to tell their problems to adults, etc. We intend to create an atmosphere of respect and companionship at the end of this Module.
In addition, students who participate in mobility will be able to benefit from sharing their  experiences with their colleagues from other countries as well as the benefits of living the experience of traveling abroad that we have previously mentioned in this section.

Groups of Participants:

Sending Organisation/Country No. of Participants No. of Accompanying Persons Total
Dimitrije Todorovic Kaplar / Serbia 3 2 5
ISTITUTO COMPRENSIVO DI ZOGNO / Italy 3 2 5
Marlborough Primary School / United Kingdom 3 2 5
Osnovna skola Tomasa Goricanca Mala Subotica / Croatia 3 2 5
Zespol Szkolno Przedszkolny w
Modlnicy / Poland
3 2 5
Total No. of Participants and Accompanying Persons: 25
APR
2021

Closing Meeting In Poland

Poland | Zespol Szkolno Przedszkolny w Modlnicy
26th-29th April 2021
Activity Description

All group coordinators will meet in the Polish school in April 2021 to conclude this project. The Spanish coordinator will lead the meeting providing all the necessary information to get a successful project result as a whole. We will talk about mainly the final report: Impact in our students, teachers and at school and local community. Dissemination actions such as local TV, radio, newspapers, magazines, websites, social networks, etc. Evaluation about the activities carried out. Changes or improvements in our school methodologies. Motivation towards European programs and foreign languages. Will be an opportunity to share our learning from the project and to air everyone’s thoughts and stories.